The second largest water station in the eastern countryside of Deir ez-Zor has returned to work, Saud al-Muhammad, the head of the Municipality of Gharanij, 90 km east of Deir ez-Zor, said on Wednesday.
Almost the first sight that greets new arrivals in Rojava is endless ranks of oil derricks stretching out into the desert, hauling up tens of thousands of barrels of low-quality crude every day and leaving the surrounding soil polluted and oozing when struck with a spade. For international volunteers drawn to the Kurdish-led autonomous regions by their vision of a feminist, direct-democratic, ecological society, it can be a shocking sight.
On Monday, Suleiman Arab, co-chair of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) Local Administration Board in Jazira, said that they have completed more than 30% of the project to draw water from the Euphrates River to Hasakah.
The Executive Council the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria’s (AANES) Jazira Region continues to implement the works of the Euphrates River water extraction project from the city of Tire in the eastern Deir ez-Zor countryside to the city of Hasakah and its southern countryside.
The director of the 47 Station, Suleiman al-Khalil town, explained that the Euphrates River water extraction project will secure around 15,000 cubic meters of water daily for Al-Hasakah.
The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria began work on a project to draw water from the Euphrates River in Deir ez-Zor to the city of Hasakah and its surroundings on Monday.
The Energy and Communications Office in the Jazira region in northeastern Syria said, on Sunday, that the amount of water import from the Turkish side through the Euphrates reached 100 m3/s on Sunday.
Deir ez-Zor Agriculture Directorate, affiliated to the Deir ez-Zor Civil Council, provides significant support to farmers for agricultural development in the region.
The Co-chair of the Local Administration and Municipalities Authority in North and East Syria said that the main reason for the drinking water crisis in the city of Al-Hasakah is the Turkish state's cuts off water far from morals. He called to put an end to this criminal act against civilians.
The water station repaired by the People's Municipality of Baghouz town in Deir ez-Zor, is expected to be put into service in 25 days.
Residents of Syria’s northern city of Manbij suffer from frequent drinking water cuts, which often leads them to fill their containers via special tanks, which increases their expenses and burdens of living. Officials in the Water Directorate affiliated with the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria (AANES) said that the current water line was
In the following I will give a short insight about my experiences during the time with the economic committee of the cantons of Qamişlo and Hasakah in Rojava, North-East Syria. I will especially focus on the cooperative economy that is being built up in Rojava. As a second step, I will discuss to what extend